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Bob Pitt, 84, says he was shocked when he received a letter from a developer saying he was trespassing. He and other seven other neighbors in the Rocklin neighborhood were told they could pay to settle the issue.
In the fire east of Sacramento, a total of 2,500 firefighters were now taking on the blaze that was threatening 2,003 homes and another 1,505 smaller structures, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
Since the airport near Cabo is closed because of damage, the Mexican Air Force flew Mark and many more Americans to other Mexican cities with operating airports.
On the eve of the visit, the Sacramento Republic FC released renderings of a planned soccer stadium in the downtown rail yard. The renderings show the stadium situated in the northeastern section of the 240-acre project on Seventh Street and Railyards Boulevard.
Hall was amazed that despite the chaos, every student remembered what to do from the emergency drills they practiced. “Over evacuation drill it saved us,” she said.
The center is where various state agencies come together—from social services to Caltrans—to discuss where resources should be allocated. OES has final authority to determine how those resources are actually implemented.
The Placer High cross country team was out and running on Wednesday, with the massive smoke cloud off in the distance.
Highway 50 remains closed and more than a thousand homes are still threatened Wednesday morning as crews battle the King Fire near Pollock Pines.
Police say that the sun blinding a driver looks to be to blame for a traffic accident that took the life of a 82-year-old Orangevale woman.
Police say the two bought alcohol and were negligent of the boys involved in the incident.
Police are investigating a shooting that happened early Wednesday morning on Interstate 5.